Command Agric, Stem, Sides of Same Coin

[The Herald] Lately, Zimbabweans have been treated to a skit deriding Government’s Command Agriculture programme. Some have tried to link these to Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo. If tr…

[The Herald] Lately, Zimbabweans have been treated to a skit deriding Government's Command Agriculture programme. Some have tried to link these to Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo. If true, that would be very sad. Which is why we believe such amusement to be the product of misinformed minds trying to satirise, ridicule, trivialise and oppose everything and anything that comes in the name of Zanu-PF.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kenyan Tundo Leads ARC Standing After Third Round

[New Times] Kenyan driver Carl Tundo has proved to be a real contender in the race for the African Rally Championship title after he finished third in the Kenya Safari Rally over the weekend in Nairobi.

[New Times] Kenyan driver Carl Tundo has proved to be a real contender in the race for the African Rally Championship title after he finished third in the Kenya Safari Rally over the weekend in Nairobi.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

TP Mazembe Players Miss Out

[The Herald] TP MAZEMBE players missed out on a chance to drive away in brand new vehicles at the weekend after they failed to beat CAPS United in a CAF Champions League first round tie at the National Sports Stadium. The club owner Moise Katumbi had m…

[The Herald] TP MAZEMBE players missed out on a chance to drive away in brand new vehicles at the weekend after they failed to beat CAPS United in a CAF Champions League first round tie at the National Sports Stadium. The club owner Moise Katumbi had made the promise as an incentive for his side to qualify to the mini-league stage of the tournament. Katumbi cancelled his Harare trip at the last-minute.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

VP Mnangagwa Speaks On Govt, Chief Justice Row

[The Herald] ACTING President Emmerson Mnangagwa has described as “a storm in a tea cup” the row over plans by Government to amend the Constitution to allow the President to appoint the Chief Justice, saying the amendment dealt with an issue of procedu…

[The Herald] ACTING President Emmerson Mnangagwa has described as "a storm in a tea cup" the row over plans by Government to amend the Constitution to allow the President to appoint the Chief Justice, saying the amendment dealt with an issue of procedure and does not in any way derogate the independence of the Judiciary. The new Constitution, which will be amended to allow President Mugabe to appoint the Chief Justice, states that the CJ is appointed via public interviews by the Judicial Service Commission.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ecocash CEO Returns From Diaspora

[New Zimbabwe] MORE than a million Zimbabweans are said to have left the country in the last decade and a half, largely driven away by the country’s economic problems.

[New Zimbabwe] MORE than a million Zimbabweans are said to have left the country in the last decade and a half, largely driven away by the country's economic problems.

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Nominate New EFCC Chairman, Politicians Tell Buhari

[Vanguard] Some politicians in Lagos have called on the Federal Government to look for another person to manage the affairs of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

[Vanguard] Some politicians in Lagos have called on the Federal Government to look for another person to manage the affairs of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Sheriff, Makarfi Feud Triggers Mass Defection From PDP

[Leadership] The leadership crisis in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) involving the Senator Ahmed Makarfi camp and that of Senator Ali Modu Sheriff is responsible for the gale of defection that is currently blowing across the party, LEADERSHIP check…

[Leadership] The leadership crisis in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) involving the Senator Ahmed Makarfi camp and that of Senator Ali Modu Sheriff is responsible for the gale of defection that is currently blowing across the party, LEADERSHIP checks have revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Lawmakers Here On Study Tour

[New Times] A delegation of Ugandan legislators are in the country for a four-day study tour seeking to learn best practices that can help boost the quality of tea in the neighbouring country.

[New Times] A delegation of Ugandan legislators are in the country for a four-day study tour seeking to learn best practices that can help boost the quality of tea in the neighbouring country.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Govt Reassures Students Affected By Varsities Course Suspension

[New Times] The Ministry of Education will not compromise quality of education by individual interests, an official said yesterday, reassuring hundreds of students whose courses were recently suspended at some higher institutions of learning that they …

[New Times] The Ministry of Education will not compromise quality of education by individual interests, an official said yesterday, reassuring hundreds of students whose courses were recently suspended at some higher institutions of learning that they would resume studies as soon as the requirements are met.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda